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Thurman announces Midway council reelection bid

I ran for Midway City Council in 2018 because I wanted to contribute to my community in a meaningful way, and because I was inspired by Midway’s unique spirit. I am seeking re-election so I may continue working to honor Midway’s rich history while looking for new ways to enhance the quality of life for future generations. My general goal has always been to help preserve the characteristics that make Midway a wonderful place to live, while being a proponent of positive and impactful change. To me, this means creating an environment where elected officials, citizens, civic groups, and businesses all work together to achieve common goals that enrich Midway. More specifically, I would like to move forward with a housing needs assessment involving community input and public conversations. I also want to continue progress toward making Midway a walkable community with safe, accessible routes between different areas of town. Most importantly, I will strive to take an equitable approach to my decision-making by asking who stands to benefit from the outcome and who is missing from the picture. I would be honored to have your support in November.

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